Retro pictures you'll only remember if you were a Worksop Brownie or Guide

If you had to learn your promise and salute and had a sash full of badges for Brownies or Guides in the late 2000s then there is a chance we took your picture.

Monday, 23rd March 2020, 4:08 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd March 2020, 4:08 pm
What are you memories of being a Brownie or Guide in Worksop?
What are you memories of being a Brownie or Guide in Worksop?

Look back at these great retro pictures and see who you can spot serving Queen and community.

Share your memories or photos of being a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide with Lucy Ball – email [email protected] to take part.

Want more Worksop retro? See pictures of Worksop scouts, and recall life on Worksop buses over the years.

The Worksop Scout and Guide Celebration in 2007
Centenary celebration show performed by Girl Guides at the Acorn Theatre in 2010. Picture: from left is Connie Pogson, five, Molly Hind, five, Jennifer Hunt, seven, Chloe Allison, 12, Ashley Campbell, 17 and Ilana Duveen, 18.
Worksop Scout and Guide Celebration in 2007
90th brithday celebrations of 6th Worksop St Anne's Brownies. Pictured with Brownies is Brown Owl Philippa Menzhausen, Joyce Woods, Kirstie Pogson and Judith Ward back in 2012
Worksop Brownies met at their annual Thinking Day in 2008
Worksop Brownies met at their annual Thinking Day in 2008
Worksop Rainbows, Brownies and Guides meet at their annual Thinking Day in 2008
7th St Anne's Brownies said farewell to their Tawny Owl Janis Barthorpe in 2012
Rainbows and Brownies met at The Crossing weekly. Picture includes Brown Owl Jean Howard and Rainbows Leader Katie Hagen.
Worksop and Mansfield divisions of the Guides, Brownies and Rainbows gather for a giant Diamond Jubilee party at the Lady Margaret Hall in 2012. Included in the picture is County Commissioner Kate Royse and County President Anne Allery
Worksop Rainbows and Brownies held a Diamond Jubilee party at the Acorn Theatre in 2012
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides from Worksop thank the council for planting flowers in the shape of a trefoil outside Priory Church back in 2010.
Lesley Reynolds from the 2nd Worksop Priory Brownies was nominated for a Guardian Rose by Mandy Cooper in 2013
Worksop District Guides held a "Thinking Day" service at Worksop Priory Church to mark the National Guides Centenery in 2010.
Kim Brereton, 19, received the Queen's Guide Award for her achievements as a Brownie/Guide Leader in 2009. Kim, currently working as a Assistant Guider, 2nd Carlton-in-Lindrick Brownies, is only the 4th person to gain this award in the Worksop Division in 23 years. Picture: Kim Brereton, 19 with some of her Brownies.
Second Worksop Priory Brownies and Guides were preparing for a trip to go bowling in 2010 using £354 given to them by the late Coun Michael Bennett.